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Wait! How can they even read a script if they're alliterate???

(...oh...wait...never mind)

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What the heck, I'll play

Marilyn Monroe

Rosalind Russell

Doris Day

Gloria Grahame

Cyd Charisse

Barbara Bates 

Claudia Cardinale

Melina Mercouri

Dorothy Dandridge

Marilyn Maxwell

Marlee Maitlin

Carol Channing

Charlie Chaplin

William Windom

Ralph Richardson

Alan Alda

Chuck Connors

Harry Hamlin

Ronald Reagan

Terry Thomas

 

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Robert Ryan

Dan Duryea

Charles Coburn

Beau Bridges

Roy Rogers

Sylvia Sydney

Beulah Bondi

Diana Dors

Henry Hull

Dom DeLouise

Linda Lovelace ( had to throw that one in LOL)

Simone Simon

Mercedes McCambridge

Dolores Del Rio

Deanna Durbin

Linda Lavin

Bonnie Bartlett

Martin Milner

Alan Arkin

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1 hour ago, lavenderblue19 said:

What the heck, I'll play

Marilyn Monroe

Rosalind Russell

Doris Day

Gloria Grahame

Cyd Charisse

Barbara Bates 

Claudia Cardinale

Melina Mercouri

Dorothy Dandridge

Marlee Maitlin

Carol Channing

Charlie Chaplin

William Windom

Ralph Richardson

Alan Alda

Chuck Connors

Harry Hamlin

Ronald Reagan

Terry Thomas

 

Well Ronald Reagan was elected president winning 44 states, biggest landslide in history when politics are involved people are dumb so I can believe that.

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9 minutes ago, Millenniumman said:

Ronald Reagan was elected president winning 44 states, biggest landslide in history when politics are involved people are dumb so I can believe that.

Keeping politics out of this, it's just a nice, fun  thread, Ronald Reagan had 83 acting credits before entering politics. 

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1 hour ago, lavenderblue19 said:

Keeping politics out of this, it's just a nice, fun  thread, Ronald Reagan had 83 acting credits before entering politics. 

I was having fun also should of made it more clear hope I didn't kill the mood.

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28 minutes ago, lavenderblue19 said:

Well, think I'm done, gave 38 names LOL. Believe me, this was easier than a lot of the trivia questions we answer in games and trivia. Thanks Slaytonf, I had fun with this.

Bring a little lightness into every day.  Had no idea there were so many.   I was thinking of a companion thread for the ends of names, but I could not think of the corresponding term. I don't think it's rhyme because it's only the last sound.

I wonder if there's an alliterative name that's spelled differently.

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6 minutes ago, slaytonf said:

Bring a little lightness into every day.  Had no idea there were so many.   I was thinking of a companion thread for the ends of names, but I could not think of the corresponding term. I don't think it's rhyme because it's only the last sound.

I wonder if there's an alliterative name that's spelled differently.

May not be alliterative but there's always Harry Carey!

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Conjuring up that classic 1970's hit by the Andrea True Connection, "More, More, More" (how do you like it?  how do you like it?)

Binnie Barnes

Barbara Barrie

Matthew McConaughey

Ken Curtis & Keith Carradine (different letters, same sound)

Lorna Luft

Mary Martin

Ana Alicia

Simone Signoret

Marcello Mastriani (sp?)

Howard Huber

Sissy Spacek

Barbara Billingsley

Priscilla Presley

Constance Collier

Marsha Mason

Helen Hunt

Tons of cartoon characters:  George, Jane, and Judy Jetson, Fred Flintstone, Daffy Duck, Woody Woodpecker, Donald Duck, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Porky and Petunia Pig, and the iconic cartoon king of comedy...Bugs Bunny!

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44 minutes ago, midwestan said:

...Tons of cartoon characters:  George, Jane, and Judy Jetson, Fred Flintstone, Daffy Duck, Woody Woodpecker, Donald Duck, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Porky and Petunia Pig, and the iconic cartoon king of comedy...Bugs Bunny!

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"Say, what I wanna know chum, is why nobody remembers ME anymore???"

 

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3 hours ago, midwestan said:

Conjuring up that classic 1970's hit by the Andrea True Connection, "More, More, More" (how do you like it?  how do you like it?)

Binnie Barnes

Barbara Barrie

Matthew McConaughey

Ken Curtis & Keith Carradine (different letters, same sound)

Lorna Luft

Mary Martin

Ana Alicia

Simone Signoret

Marcello Mastriani (sp?)

Howard Huber

Sissy Spacek

Barbara Billingsley

Priscilla Presley

Constance Collier

Marsha Mason

Helen Hunt

Tons of cartoon characters:  George, Jane, and Judy Jetson, Fred Flintstone, Daffy Duck, Woody Woodpecker, Donald Duck, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Porky and Petunia Pig, and the iconic cartoon king of comedy...Bugs Bunny!

Marcello Mastroianni.  If you got the hint from my OP, I discounted animated characters.

Thanks for the alliteration with different spelling!  Now I wonder if there are names that start with the same spelling, but are pronounced differently.  Un-literation?

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16 hours ago, TomJH said:

Gary Gooper

Wasn't he in High Hoohn ?

 

 

Or maybe it was Friendly Fersshuassion..

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*and (unless that was accidental..),; i am.. - ... Making Fun "With You".

 

And Not .. At You.

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Advance Apologies Though if Thats (a) crotchety (thing to say) ...

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